Sunset Lodge on Red Lake




When hunting the Red Lake area from Sunset Lodge, you will have access to wildlife management units 2 and 3. Our remote back yard in the heart of the boreal forest offers the freedom to access endless trails and logging roads as well as traditional hunting from the lake.

Moose Hunt:

The Red Lake area offers moose hunters one of the highest success rates in Canada. We offer guided hunts in Units 3 and 1C. For Ontario residents seeking accommodation only, you would have easy access to Units 2 and 3. Moose habitat in the Red Lake area is plentiful. Again you can hunt the trails and logging roads or hunt the shores of Red Lake. Season opener is dependent on the unit you are hunting as well as whether you are hunting rifle or archery, please call to get the exact date.

Black Bear Hunt:

We offer highly successful, fully guided fall Black Bear Hunts. Rotating the use of over 108,200 acres of Bear Management Area and limiting the number of hunters contribute to our success rate. The sites are properly baited well in advance of your arrival. We take our hunters in early September. The hunt is an evening hunt so you are able to spend some time on the lake fishing or if you come later in the season, you can combine your bear hunt with some small game hunting as well. We urge you to inquire early if you are looking for a hunt this year as space is limited.

Grouse and Small Game Hunt:

Use your quad for what it is made for. Go anywhere! Grouse and small game season is almost the right of passage of fall opening on September 15. You will find the roads and trails are a paradise for small game and grouse. Compliment your trip with duck hunting and some fishing. You just can’t beat the experience Red Lake has to offer.

Hunting Licences:

There are regulations which you need to be aware of if you are considering hunting in Ontario. First and foremost is the transport of firearms across an international border. The KDCA web site offers a very comprehensive summary of these regulations. In addition, under Ontario Hunter Safety Training Program, everyone must present an old or current hunting licence from either Canada or the United States before a new hunting licence can be issued. Do not forget to bring such a licence.